When comparing Corel Draw vs GRAVIT, the Slant community recommends Corel Draw for most people. In the question“What are the best vector graphics editors?” Corel Draw is ranked 5th while GRAVIT is ranked 8th.
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Pro Efficient and intuitive UI
Pro Great for large scale prints
Corel Draw can handle large sized printing projects. You can use the feet as the unit for output size and it can still export the graphic without problems to your computer's system resource.
Pro Advanced tools for a fast workflow
Symmetry tool, pages, copy attributes, etc.
Pro Price is good
The no-subscription option is $449.00 and subscription is $198.00 per year.
Gravit has a free version, but there is paid version with more features.
Pro Multi platform
Works on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Pro Actively developed
Pro Clean and helpful UI
The panels in Gravit adjust to contain the information needed based on the type of element selected, preventing the clutter that Photoshop often experiences.
Pro Easy to export all assets
Gravit has a built in exporter to PDF, JPG, PNG and SVG.
Pro Easy to design multiple pages
The ability to assign layers to specific pages, and view single or multiple pages at once makes it easy to design an entire website without getting lost in thousands of layers. Easy to view multiple pages at one time.
Pro Symbols and libraries
With Gravit you can re-use the same design for buttons, inputs, etc, in multiple places, with changes synced every where the element is used. It's also possible to set text to a shared style to sync text changes throughout the app.
Pro Able to open Sketch files
The ability to open Sketch files makes it easier for Linux/Windows users to collaborate with people who use Sketch, which is macOS specific.
In US it costs $499, and although it's worth the money for advanced users, for ordinary users it's too much.
Con UI can be confusing for users coming from Adobe
It might need some time to adjust.
Con Paid version
Expensive paid version that has many features you can find in free or cheaper applications.
Con Changing rapidly
The fast rate of growth/change for Gravit can be a pro in that in means plenty of new features.
However, it also makes the product fairly unpredictable.
For example: In the past year, Gravit was open sourced, then closed sourced again.
Con This does not appear to be a Web-design tool
Gravit appears to be a vector-art tool, and nothing more. Their homepage doesn't even mention Web design as far as I can see.